6’5 2020 Jeremiah Dickerson

Jeremiah Dickerson has worked as Dudley High School’s glue guy throughout this camp. He has provided a tremendous energy boost that elevates the play of their whole team. His second, third, and even fourth efforts for rebounds encourage his teammates to work just as hard on the glass. He excels at attacking the basket and has had some strong finishes after cleaning up the glass. Dickerson’s energy and ability to get to the rim are the qualities that could earn him looks from college coaches.

6’4 2020 Zachary Bessette

It’s hard not to be a fan of Zachary Bessette’s offensive playstyle. He was a knockdown shooter in the early games today, consistently hitting shots with defenders smothering him. His shooting from beyond the arc is a scary sight for opposing defenses, but he has the ability to score at all 3 levels effectively. Bessette is a natural finisher with soft touch around the rim; he can hit floaters and finish layups through contact with either hand. Bessette is a tough playmaker with great scoring instincts and is a very intriguing guard prospect for the upcoming senior clas

Nick Green 2021 Royal Knights

Speaking of knockdown shooters, Nick Green of the Royal Knights 16u team is one of the best perimeter threats in the entire camp. His lightning quick release makes his shot very difficult for defenders to contest. In his second game of the afternoon, he knocked down 5 of 6 three pointers and led his team in scoring with 19 points. Green is headed to play with Javonte Waverly and Kalib Matthews on a stacked Henderson Collegiate team for his junior season.

5’10 2022 Jordan McPhatter

When it comes to undersized guards, Jordan McPhatter is about as tough as they come. He is an extremely gritty guard who plays with the same aggression on both ends of the floor. He makes up for any height disadvantage on defense with incredible lateral quickness and quick hands to get steals. Once he forces a turnover, McPhatter is always the first player down court looking to get a quick bucket. He also has deep range and will pull up from anywhere inside of half court. McPhatter doesn’t need to grow another inch to continue to be a great basketball player, but if he does, look out.

6’10 2020 Javarzia Belton (Moravian Prep)

One of the strongest players participating in the camp this weekend, Javarzia Belton, completely controlled the paint in every game he played. He doesn’t need much space to elevate for a dunk and uses his strength to throw it down through contact. His feet are very nimble when backing down the post, showing off great footwork on post moves, specifically his drop step. Belton’s defense is where he really shined, not giving up an inch down low and protecting the paint like a true rim protector. He should continue to pick up offers going into his senior year, he is going to be special.